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Gapuwiyak Calling: Phone-Made Media From Arnhem Land

Jennifer Deger, Author
Format
Book
Published
[St. Lucia, Qld.] : Anthropology Museum, The University of Queensland, [©2014]
Language
English
ISBN
9781742721088, 1742721087
Technical Details

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    a| Gapuwiyak calling : b| phone-made media from Arnhem Land / c| curated by Miyarrka Media ; [text by Jennifer Deger].
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    a| 8 unnumbered pages : b| color illustrations ; c| 27 x 17 cm
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    a| "Gapuwiyak calling was developed for exhibition with the UQ Anthropology Museum."--Page [8].
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    a| "In 2008 the introduction of Telstra’s 3G mobile network generated a wave of creative energy across Arnhem Land. New genres of video, photography and performance flourished. Travelling lightning-speed via satellite and Bluetooth, this emerging digital culture rode the energy of the new and the cheeky. Moving hand-to-hand, kin-to-kin, community-to-community, it drew inspiration from both the internet and the ancestral. It was made to be watched, to be shared, and then deleted to make way for the next. So began a new era in Australian Indigenous media. Gapuwiyak Calling celebrates mobile phones as technologies of creativity and connection. Curated by Miyarrka Media, a media-arts collective based in the northeast Arnhem Land community of Gapuwiyak, it features phone-made material collected over the past five years, as well as film and video produced specifically for this exhibition."--Publisher's website.
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